6. Elizabeth Lovisa2 NICKERSON (Jeremiah S.1 NICKERSON) was born on 28 Nov 1832 in Dryden, Tompkins Co., New York. She died on 4 Oct 1909 in Brookfield, Linn Co., Missouri, USA. She was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery. Her Obituary appeared in "The Brookfield Argus", Friday Oct. 8, 1909. It reads:
At the home of the daughter, Mrs. Grace Hyatt in this city, last Monday evening, Oct 4, at 7 o'clock, occurred the Passing from this life the spirit of a good woman, and esteemed pioneer - Mrs. Elizabeth L. Barto.
The funeral was held at the Grace Episcopal Church, Thrusday, conducted by Rev. Dr. Griffin, of Chillicothe. The interment took place at the Rose Hill Cemetery. The deceased was born Nov. 28, 1832, in New York, and was therefore 76 years, 10 months, 6 days old. She has resided in Brookfield 40 years. The husband died a few years ago. Two daughters survive. Mrs. W. T. Ridgeway and Mrs. Grace Hyatt.
Among those who were present at the funeral from out of town were her brother, A. V. Nixon of Cadillac, Michigan and Mrs. Grace Ramsey of Cripple Creek, Colorado.

She was married to Noah H. BARTO about 1853 in Tompkins Co., New York, most likely. Noah and Elizabeth appeared on the 1870 U.S. Census in Brookfield Twp., Linn Co., Missouri. Elizabeth appeared alone on the 1880 census, still living in Brookfield Twp. Noah H. BARTO was born on 31 May 1831 in New York, USA. He died on 19 Dec 1907 in Brookfield, Linn Co., Missouri, USA, most likely. Elizabeth Lovisa NICKERSON and Noah H. BARTO had the following children:

child+25 i. Gertrude3 BARTO.
child+26 ii. Grace3 BARTO.
child27 iii. Genura3 BARTO was born about Mar 1870. She died about 1874.
child28 iv. William3 BARTO died about 1874.

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